So I haven't finished any books lately, but I am in the middle of the second Bubbles book, which I am enjoying for its silliness. Bubbles visits Amish country. Quite entertaining. Coincidentally, I received my latest Bookmarks Magazine in the mail a week or so ago and read it cover to cover. One of the books it reviewed as an interesting read was Rumspringa by Tom Shachtman. He is the man who also created the documentary "A Devil's Playground" which I believe was nominated for an Oscar. Then 20/20 had a show on this week about Amish gone bad. It's so strange that all in a week's time three Amish related things have popped up in my world. Not that I'm particularly fascinated by the Amish. It's just interesting how coincidences pop up sometimes....
Here are some books that I thought sounded like they might be good that were also reviewed in Bookmarks:
Theft by Peter Carey--a novel set in the art world and about art forgery
Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen--a novel about a man studying to be a vet who runs away to the circus in the Depression-era
The Bookwoman's Last Fling by John Dunning--a detective book in the book world. Part of the Cliff Janeway series.
The Stolen Child by Keith Donahue--a science-fiction book about a boy kidnapped by changelings who then take his place in the real world (or something like that). I'm not super into science fiction but this one is touted at a fairy tale for adults and sounded entertaining. (Allison, I thought this sounded like a book you might like.)
If anyone reads these before I have a chance to, I would love to know what you thought of them.